Avengers Infinity War gave fans what they desired and even kept a whole lot of surprises for us. But after watching the movie, we left the theater with only one question in our mind where the hell is Hawkeye and Antman. Now it seems that this question will be answered soon when Antman and The Wasp hit the theaters on July 6. So ahead of the upcoming movie Marvel released a new trailer for the film which is full of action. The amazing thing is that audiences are not even able to forget the scenes of Avengers Infinity war and are still in the aura of such an epic movie. Now, we have got for ourselves another Marvel movie which will put the pieces of the puzzle together.
The trailer of Antman and The Wasp gives you crucial details regarding the plot of the movie. The whole film will take place before the incidents of Avengers Infinity war and will undoubtedly provide the substantial reason for Antman’s absence from the most significant crossover event. The trailer opens with Scott Lang sitting with his daughter discussing how his actions always lead to devastation and then she tells him that he needs a partner to balance things out. Here, the Wasp played by Evangeline Lily makes an appearance and steals the show with her quick moves. The story of Antman and The Wasp will mostly revolve around the search of original Wasp who went missing in the Quantum Realm. We will find Hank Pym venturing into quantum realm leading to the origin of a new villain, Ghost.
The interesting thing to notice is that till now Marvel hasn’t revealed much about the Janet Van Dyne aka original Wasp and keeping it under wraps. This confirms that movie will pack many surprises and we may even get to cross path with some new character in the quantum realm. Antman and The Wasp is written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, Rudd, Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari. The film stars Michael Peña, Walton Goggins, Bobby Cannavale, Judy Greer, Tip “T.I.” Harris, David Dastmalchian, Abby Ryder-Fortson, and Randall Park, with Michelle Pfeiffer, Laurence Fishburne, and Michael Douglas. So, get ready to witness the superheroes in action not in their actual size on July 6th.